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My daughter has an iBook G4 and received flight simulator X9 for her birthday. It is loaded but will not run. It appears that her video card is not sufficient to support the software. I do know that her current card is internal and difficult if not impossible to upgrade. Are there any other solutions (short of buying a new computer) to get the sim moving? Thanks for any help.
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If the video card doesnt support the software / isnt powerful enough to do so then the only way to get it to run would be upgrade your computer or use it on a different one

Sorry =/
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Thats what I feared, thanks for the quick response.
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